AYT #44: Killing Hitchcock Softly


This week, Erik remedied his jealousy by catching up with Killing Them Softly, so he and Joe give a proper review to that film. Then it’s on to an Alfred Hitchcock biopic double feature as they discuss new releases Hitchcock and The Girl. Following that is a brief chat about underrated films from Hitchcock’s deep filmography. Lastly, we revisit our second episode of the podcast and reassess our most anticipated films of 2012 list to see how our picks turned out. Don’t forget Cinema 21 is showing four Kubrick films starting this weekend.

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WARNING: Explicit language is used in this podcast.

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  1. tracypaulpitts says:

    this movie was supremely disappointing (killing them softly).

    • Erik McClanahan says:

      Tracy! By supremely disappointing, you mean it was one of the best films of 2012, right? Thanks for listening and chiming in dude 🙂


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